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Garrie Jackson papers, 1863-1865


Published 1863
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Letters, 1863-1865, chiefly to Garrie Jackson from family and friends, most of whom wrote from Moore County, N.C. Letters describe life on the home front during the Civil War, including some discussion of local news, reactions to reports of battles, and reflections on Jackson's military activities. Some letters are also directed to William S. Caveness, Jackson's brother-in-law, serving with Jackson in the 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment

Garrie Jackson of Moore County, N.C., was a private in the 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War. His brother-in-law, William S. Caveness, also served with the 2nd North Carolina Cavalry. Jackson died in 1865

Letters, 1863-1865, chiefly to Garrie Jackson from family and friends, most of whom wrote from Moore County, N.C. Letters describe life on the home front during the Civil War, including some discussion of local news, reactions to reports of battles, and reflections on Jackson's military activities. Some letters are also directed to William S. Caveness, Jackson's brother-in-law, serving with Jackson in the 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment

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Year 1863
Pages 113
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number b2776758
Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive
Book contributor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Collection microfilm; americana; additional_collections
Scanfactors 5

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